While I was busy checking out yarn stores in BC’s interior, my partner was looking for golf. Unfortunately for him time was tight but in Vernon we found a yarn […]
Protect your locks from the wind, rain and mist of transitional weather with the Where Wild Grass Grows HAT.
The second installment of Knitting on the road looks at the Shuswap region with a visit to Intwined Fibre Arts in Salmon Arm, BC and cute finds in Armstrong.
Summer is beginning to wane and thoughts are drifting towards warmer knits. The first knitting pattern from the Fall 2014 collection launches in late August, until then, here is a little preview of we have planned.
In the first installment of Yarn on the Road we pass through Kamloops, Jasper and Banff. Poor timing makes for some disappointments but the sights are spectacular.
Anastasia E White’s shawl knitting patterns are 35% off when you use the coupon code JahDK35 on Etsy or Ravelry but the sale ends soon!
Let hand dyed yarns shine in Painted Plumes.
The boost of energy the light has brought, and the anticipation of next week’s pattern release of Painted Plumes, has me thinking about marketing and plotting out plans for the coming seasons’ knitting patterns.
The Bleeding Hearts Cowl brings the promise of spring as it keeps away Winter’s chill.
Growing up my favorite flowers in our garden were bleeding hearts and they remain a joy to spot in local gardens. Over the years their delicate stems and elegant dancing blooms became synonymous with Spring. The Bleeding Hearts Hat brings the promise of spring and keeps away Winter’s chill.